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What’s new at IPC

March 2020

Sunday, March 1: Morning worship at 11:15 – a warm welcome to Pastor David!

Sunday, March 8: Morning worship at 11:15. We were visited by Rev Helivao Poget who shared stories about her ministry in Madagascar, especially her church’s pastoral ministry for women, and their outreach to the street children of Madagascar.

Wednesday, March 11: our Church Council met at 19:30

Saturday, March 14: Women of the Church met at 10:00 at the home of Linda T. for a light breakfast and an exciting discussion.

Sunday, March 15: a recording of the service is available here:

Sunday, March 22: a recording of today’s service is available online in Sermons page or in vimeo:

Sunday, March 29: a recording of today’s service will be available online here:  [coming soon!]

Please note, due to the presence of the coronavirus Covid-19, as of the 13th of March, the worship in Auderghem has been suspended and replaced with the audio recording.  

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Our response to the Coronavirus situation.

COVID-19 and Worship Online

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

I would like to let you know that our Church Council together with Pastor David McCarthy are carefully observing this dynamically changing situation related to spreading of the coronavirus in Belgium. We are in contact with authorities, EPUB (Eglise Protestante Unie de Belgique) and we introduced measures necessary to minimaze the risk to our congregation members.

As of Friday, March 13 we have temporarily suspended our Sunday morning worship service in Auderghem. Instead, we offer you video recording of the service – the morning worsjip of March 22 is available at Sermons page or in vimeoNow you can watch and listen to it together with your loved ones!

In upcoming weeks, we will be monitoring the situation and – if we still cannot meet in person – we will continue delivering you the best quality of sermon recording we can.

At the same time, we stay in prayer for those who are already affected by the virus, especially those in serious condition, and for medical staff, working in difficult circumstances, and we encourage you to pray with us.


Agnieszka Szymańska

[Member of the IPC Council]

Mission of the Month – “Protestant Social Center”


Mission of the Month – March

The Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar

The Church of Jesus Christ in Madagascar (or FJKM, the abbreviation for the Malagasy equivalent) has nearly six million members, more than 40% of Madagascar’s Christian population.

The FJKM has placed a high priority on its division of “Ministry for Marginalized People” (SAFFIFAA). The Rev. Helivao Poget is the national director of the ministry, and she works in the capital city of Antananarivo as a chaplain among street people – prostitutes, drug addicts, street kids, street families – sharing the Gospel and helping them spiritually and financially to move away from street life.

This month we want to support this effort.

On Sunday, 8 March, the Rev. Helivao Poget came to IPC to share stories with us about her ministry in Madagascar, especially her church’s pastoral ministry for women, and their outreach to the street children of Madagascar.